Monthly Archives: October 2013

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Written on Oct, 31, 2013 by in | Leave a comment

In response to an email from a retired army colonel in Gwahati, Assam, dated Oct 19 2013: “Dear Sir, can you please tell me when silver was used in Manipur?” I do not exactly know when silver was first used in Manipur, but there is a definite record of making silver glass and electroplating before the time of the first …

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Written on Oct, 25, 2013 by in | Leave a comment
Fake abominable snowman

This is a Thank You to Stephen Rangba who wrotemonJuly 28 2013: “Hello Sir, Your article below fromeangai Express gives something blow to some Meitei community who are desperately seeking for the rights of originality that once opportunist king sold out to a Bengali … I appreciate your globalized view of humanity, but not necessarily the superiority complex of [Meitei] …

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Written on Oct, 20, 2013 by in | Leave a comment
Meitei Hindu Kshetries and Vaishnavite girls with chandan on forehead holding a garland of Kundo flower for wedding

In response to an email from Manichaoba Mairenbam, MA, President, Opening Door Ministries Church of India, Imphal, dated August 5 2013: “I have been so impressed by your concise directives in your article – Demand for Meiteis to be a Scheduled tribe (July 28) and How Now Brown Cow: The Battle of the Bulge (August 04), that I have been …

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Written on Oct, 14, 2013 by in | Leave a comment
Hijam Irabot – a born politician

Politics in Manipur had just been born in 1946. It will be a long time before it becomes mature. By political maturity I mean when thepoliticians become responsible enough to serve the people first before themselves. First, my thanks go to Sougaiajam Sunilkumar Singh from Bishnupur for his email on October 7 2013: “From Sangai Express I used to read …

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